ERIC Number: ED430405
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1998
Reference Count: N/A
A Celebration of FLES: Sequential FLES, FLEX, and Immersion.
Lipton, Gladys C., Ed.
A collection of essays on FLES (foreign languages in the elementary school) includes: "Public Education in America and the Implications of Foreign Language and Second Language Acquisition" (Peter Negroni); "The People Factor in the Glastonbury Public Schools" (Christine Brown); "Public Relations: Inside and Outside" (Kathleen Riordan); "The Georgia PTA Foreign Language Resolution" (Lynne B. Bryan); "Guidelines for FLES Programs" (Gladys C. Lipton); "ICAL: Variation on a FLEX Theme" (Dora F. Kennedy, Pat Barr-Harrison); "Allegro Sostenuto: A Baker's Dozen of Challenges for the Immersion Administrator" (Paul A. Garcia); "A Teacher's View of Advocacy" (Harriet Saxon); "A Salad of Language Learners" (Elizabeth Miller); "The Northern Kentucky University FLES Troupe: Reaching Foreign Language Learners of Today and Tomorrow" (Katherine C. Kurk); "Differing Abilities in the Sequential FLES Class" (Virginia L. Gramer); "We Can Teach All Students: FLES Students Rarely Fail!" (Lipton); "Mon Parcours: Letting Them Tell Their Story" (Lena L. Lucietto); "Reaching Them All via Multiple Intelligences: Floor Mapping" (Patricia R. Duggar); "Reading in Second Language Acquisition" (Gramer); "Bridging the Gap in FLES: Suggestions for the Transition to the Written Word" (Juliette Eastwick, Elizabeth Tomlinson); "A Kaleidoscope of Discovery: The Sequential FLES Program in Rutherford, New Jersey" (Harriet Saxon); "Reading the World: FLES and Global Education" (Kurk, Hilary W. Landwehr); "Is There Life After 'Simon Dit'?: Expanding Your FLES Classroom Through the Use of Learning Centers" (Astrid M. DeBuhr); "Let the Theme Draw Them In" (Suzanne Cane); "Linking Language and Context: An Example of an Interdisciplinary Approach" (Lucietto); "A 'French-ship' with the Community" (Saxon); "Of Tapestries, Tortillas, and Mulberry Bushes" (Lucietto); "From Sukiyaki to Croissants: Global Education at Work in the Elementary School" (DeBuhr); "The Jewel in Our Crown" (Alan S. Wax, Lydia Hurst, Kathleen Durkin, Diane Merenda); "Summer Immersion Language Day Camps" (Evelyne Cella Armstrong); "All The Word's a Stage (You and Your Students the Actors)" (Miller); "Using Class Quizzes To Promote the Linguistic Accuracy of Younger Learners" (Rebecca M. Valette); "Portfolio Assessment of Second Languages in the Elementary Classroom" (Philip Korfe); "Assessment, Evaluation, and Accountability: Why Bother Evaluating FLES Programs?" (Lipton); "Making the Grade: Continuous Evaluation in the FLES Classroom" (Maureen Regan-Baker); "He or She That Tooteth Not His or Her Own Horn..That Horn Goeth Untooteth" (Miller); and "Celebrating the Successes of FLES Through Evaluation" (Deborah Wilburn-Robinson). (MSE)
Descriptors: Advocacy, Classroom Techniques, Elementary Education, FLES, Global Education, Immersion Programs, Language Aptitude, Literacy Education, Multilevel Classes (Second Language Instruction), Multiple Intelligences, Program Administration, Program Design, Reading Instruction, School Community Relationship, Second Language Instruction, Second Language Learning, Second Language Programs, Second Languages, Student Evaluation, Summer Programs, Teacher Attitudes, Writing Instruction
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Publication Type: Books; Collected Works - General
Education Level: N/A
Audience: Practitioners; Teachers
Authoring Institution: American Association of Teachers of French.
Identifiers - Location: Georgia